"Services List of Dependent Services Could Not Be Enumerated."

Posted on 2004-11-06
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Last Modified: 2008-02-20
After I installed Exchange 5.5 on windows 2000 SP4. I got a "Services List of Dependent Services Could Not Be Enumerated." error when I tried to run optimizer.
I found an article from microsoft website, but it didn't give you the patch download. It is related to the buffer size.
Is there anyway that I can fix it?

Question by:amphastar
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marc_nivens earned 375 total points
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You need to call MS to get the fix.  Don't worry, you will not be charged if you call in to obtain a hotfix.

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